Business Holiday Gift Ideas in Business Info Guide

I stumbled across a resource-rich site that any small B2B business owner will want to visit often.

Stephanie Chandler, the founder of BusinessInfoGuide.com, showcases contemporary authors and experts every week and pithy, tactical advice for entrepreneurs.

I especially liked her timely “Best Gift Ideas for Entrepreneurs” post.

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Click here to also enjoy my latest interview — and hear my secret passion for Pinot Noir.

P.S. If you are looking for an inspiring holiday gift for your CEO clients, contact me about how you can order some autographed copies of my book at a great price: contact_us@energizegrowth.com.

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